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  1. I’m a recent graduate who doubled in philosophy & political science, and I’m going to be applying to grad school this fall. I know “political theory” and “political philosophy” are sometimes used interchangeably, but it looks like they’re considered separate programs at some universities. I’m trying to figure out which one I would be better suited for. As far as I understand it, political theorists tend deal with more empirical data and political philosophers have a more generalized and normative approach and often, as the name suggests, do more philosophy. But is that the extent of the differences? Is there anything else I should know when making my decision, like differences in the job market or competitiveness of admissions?
  2. Has anyone else applied and has anyone heard anything yet? I submitted my application back in January, but no word yet!
  3. I am having a hard time choosing a graduate program. I am really interested in working with survivors of sexual and domestic violence as a LCSW. I am hoping to stay on the west coast, though would consider other schools if they seem like the perfect fit. I am finishing my BSW at Portland State University in Oregon now. I am not opposed to going to grad school here, but also wanting to look at all of my options. I am really wanting to specialize in trauma and domestic/sexual violence. Also interested in feminist therapy. i am looking for recommendations of programs that would be a good fit for me. Where should I start looking into? Who's research should I be following? Thanks in advance for any advice!
  4. Has anyone heard back from case western reserve speech language pathology grad program? Their deadline was Jan 15th and I’m getting worried.
  5. I am considering applying to NCCU for my Speech Pathology masters but have heard a few negative reviews about the program. Any current students or alumni have any reviews of the school? I would be moving across the country to go to this school so if its sub par I would rather apply to other programs.
  6. I am not a very good student over all, GRE scores were in the mid 140's and got a 4 in writing. My cumulative GPA is 3.48 but in my speech courses it's only a 3.0. I am desperately trying to find Speech Pathology masters programs that are not ridiculous to get into. I'm asking about NYU because I spoke to an advisor there who was VERY optimistic about my getting in. Compared to everyone else I've spoken to, this was a major relief and is even making me consider paying the stunning $76,000 for the degree!! Anyways, this advisor told me that NYU does not have a cap on how many students they accept into the online program, and do not even list their GPA and GRE requirements online because they want to encourage all students to apply even if they do not think they have very good scores. I would like to hear from someone who has gotten into the program or knows any information about it whether or not this is true. I am strongly considering the online option, but would also like to know whether the in person MS program is more difficult/competitive?
  7. I'm graduating this year and starting to really research grad programs for Speech Path. I'm a non-SLP undergrad so I am looking for grad programs that have a "leveler" or "bridge" program, or who accept students with non-slp undergrad and allow them to take prerequisites in their first year. I am interested in bilingual programs and working with people on the autism spectrum as well. I was wondering if any master's students could reach out and tell me what you love about your program/what your experience has been like so far. I know that each school has a different focus and atmosphere, but it's hard to tell that from just a website.
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